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Remodeling Outdated Kitchen Tips

Update Kitchen Appliances

Start with your old kitchen appliances. Did you know that your original stove, oven, and refrigerator use significantly more energy than newer models? In fact, the amount of energy savings can sometimes help pay for the new model in just a few years! Visit your local home improvement store for ideas on which energy-efficient models are available in Marietta.

While you are at it, you can install a new dishwasher, too. A new dishwasher can actually use less water than handwashing dishes. If your old dishwasher has difficulty getting all your dishes clean if you do not first rinse off all the food particles, you will be pleasantly surprised at how efficient at cleaning the newer models are.

Concerned about the installation of your new appliances and how to get rid of your old ones? Have a discussion with the salesperson about easily scheduling a time for them to deliver and install the new appliances while hauling away the old appliances at the same time, often for free or for a low fee.

Updating Cabinets and Countertops

Without changing the layout of your kitchen, updated cabinets and countertops can make a huge visual impact. If you do not want to replace the entire cabinetry, you can opt for a much cheaper and quicker overhaul by replacing or even simply painting the cabinet fronts. The result can be absolutely stunning. Switch out the cabinet hardware for an easy DIY update that can put a great finishing touch on your modern cabinets.

Replacing countertops can be quite a bit more expensive and time consuming, but they are well-worth the money and time required. While DIY kits are available for simply redoing the surface of the countertops, having them completely replaced is a more worry-free method of updating the look of your kitchen. Choose a modern granite or marble look that will be durable and provide a timeless look.

Walls and Floors

The last two things to update in your kitchen are the walls and the floors. If your kitchen has outdated wallpaper, it’s time to strip that off and paint the walls for a clean look. Choose a neutral color for a clean look or choose a bright red or blue that will inspire both conversation and some tasty dinners! Painting can be time-consuming and messy, but, in the end, you will be pleased with the results.

Your final kitchen improvement in your Marietta home is the flooring. Slate, tile, and hardwood are all high-end finishes that can make your kitchen truly pop. If you would prefer a cheaper option, there are multiple linoleum options that provide the look of higher end materials while saving considerably on the overall price.